DENVER, CO – After over a year of not being used with no full-house performances, the Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Denver will finally reopen in November this year.
The Newman Center will launch 2021-2022 Newman Center Presents season in November where the art fans can enjoy many amazing live performances.
The executive director of the Newman Center, Aisha Ahmad-Post, said that this comeback of live performances brings so much joy and excitement. She added that after many virtual events and zoom concerts, she expects a lot of energy in the Joy Burns Plaza before each show.
The Newman Center is an important part of the DU community. It is beloved by not only students, faculty, and staff, but also for the alumni of DU, community partners, donors, and many more.
The upcoming Newman Center Presents season will feature 16 fascinating, innovative, and diverse performances. The season will start with the jazz vocalist Veronica Swift on November 19, 2021.
Veronica Swift is an amazing jazz singer who started her career from an early age. Her first album, Veronica’s House of Jazz, was recorder when she was only nine years old.
She continued her music career with exploration of diverse theme, such as sexism, domestic abuse, racism, xenophobia, and the dangers of fake news. Her performance will be the kickoff of the Newman Center Presents season.
The live performance in the Newman Center will strictly follow the DU’s COVID-19 event protocols to make sure everyone involved in the show are safe. The subscription of the show will go on sale on September 16, and the individual tickets will be available on October 1, 2021.
The complete information of the Newman Center Presents season can be found at NewmanCenterPresents.com.
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